Date: Wed, 17 Jun 1998 10:29:48 PDT
From: barbara harris
Subject: Re: e-mail/paper mail

Around here (western Canada, and eastern, too, for all I know), we certainly
do use the plural e-mails, as in, "When I got back from my holidays, I had
125 e-mails waiting for me." or, "Did you get my e-mails?" Yes, I could
say "messages," but they never are all what I would consider true messages.

And we also use "e-mail" as a verb:
"You can always e-mail me; it's probably better than trying to reach me by
phone." Or, "E-mail it to me."